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.THE GUARDIN;'O(2TDBER I/t982 pAGE 3 Bishop Continued from Pg. 2 an historic day in the Diocese go, I invited all Illarried twenty five years or more to Cathedral of St. Andrew for the !of marriage vows. The invitation was In the middle of the week, obvious that the Cathedral would enough. More than 200 couples their intention to come. We tran- the celebration to the gymnasium at High. It was indeed a touching, occasion to witness the out- of love among these couples from years married to sixty five years How tender and loving were those tWho came and who are now limited by am grateful to Father Richard Life Director for his help and In the afternoon, I celebrated the of a distinguished Catholic lady in unity, Mrs. Mary Nabholz. ninety years young. Her children as far away as India to participate the evening, I rested and tipon the goodness, the mercy, the true is the definition of God "God is love." Your friend, + Andrew J. McDonald Bishop of Little Rock ocesan ROCK - Benediction of the a Scriptural Rosary and Y devotion to the Blessed Mother will after the 12:05 P.M. Mass at the of St. Andrew Saturday, Oct. 2. All : are invited to attend. 4' - The Parish Council of Conception Church honored two recently with a Mass of followed by a parish potluck were Rosa Schuneritch, 90, Stemac, who will be 94 in Plaques were presented to the the Knights of Columbus and a COngratulations was read from His Bishop Andrew J. McDonald of ROCK - The monthly Spanish at noon Sunday, Oct. 3, at St. 2500 North Tyler Street. After ;, there will be a light lunch followed instructions for children, teens LITTLE ROCK - Tom Handloser, and Shirley Handloser of Im- Conception parish, has entered Seminary of Dallas University, Texas, to study for the holy Bishop Gra,,,00s Thanks Friends, Friends for Condolences Single Set to tell her that she did not need us, but we Activities Little Rock - A letter of thanks was received this week from His Excellency Bishop Lawrence P. Graves, Apostolic Ad- ministrator of the Diocese of Alexandria- Shreveport, La. It follows: Dear Friends: I am so grateful to the many, many of our priests, religious and laity who were able to come to Texarkana for the funeral of my mother, who died at age 90 plus five months to the day! I had offered the Holy Sacrifice for her at St. Michael Hospital on Easter Sunday, her 90th birthday. There was a large gathering of family, but they had to take turns in visiting Morn. We thought she would not leave the hospital alive. All of my parents and grandparents were born in the United States, but her doctor referred to her as a "tough Irish lady." She did indeed live for five months after Easter, but she had been bedridden for the past three months and, while she complained very little, she once asked, "Do you think that God has forgotten meg. '' So many of you had the Holy Sacrifice of- fered for her, so many sent messages of condolence and flowers to our family, and all of us are so grateful. I only wish I could thank you individually. I asked Monsignor Galvin, friend from school days in Texarkana, to give the homily, and those of you who heard know that he gave a fine one, as I knew he would. He did have a "natural" for his text in the story of St. Monica. On her deathbed she told her two sons, St. Augustine and Adeodatus, when she died to bury her body and mourn not, but grant her this favor, to remember her at the altar of the Lord! The Fant memorial window in St. Edward Church depicts St. Monica praying for her son, St. Augustine! Sometimes when Mom would ask why God was keeping her on this earth, I was tempted NORTH LITTLE ROCK -- Immaculate Conception Church, 7000 J.F.K. Boulevard, is holding its annual Parish Carnival Saturday, Oct. 2, from 4 to 9 P.M. The public is invited. Games, food and drinks will be available. A rummage sale, held in conjunction with the Carnival, will be from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. Friday, Oct. 1, and Saturday, Oct. 2, in the Parish Center. LITTLE ROCK - The Secular Carmelites will meet Saturday, Oct. 9, at Marylake Monastery. Mass at 11 A.M. will be followed by a pot-luck luncheon at noon. Frances Hart will preside at the business meeting. The day will close with Benediction at 2:30 P.M. NORTH LITTLE ROCK - Knights of Columbus Council 6253 has selected Leroy Engel as Knight of the Month and the Robert Borecky family as Family of the Month. Homemade Spaghetti Dinner $5.00., Children 5-10- $2.00 Children Under 5- Free St. Anne's Church Hall & Camp Robinson Road-- N. Little Rock needed her ! Then, too, I took a few moments to relate a story which many of you have heard me tell. I never had to face the challenge of Our Lord, as recorded in the Gospel of St. Matthew, that one who was unwilling to leave father or mother for His sake, was not worthy of Him. Apart from my four years at the North American College in Rome, my first year in the priesthood as second assistant at Im- maculate Conception Parish in Fort Smith, and this past Christmas, which I spent at St. Frances Cabrini Hospital in Alexandria, I have been home for every Christmas! This often involved long drives from various places in Arkansas or from Alexandria or Shreveport. These past few years, whenMom was not able to go to church, I offered the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in the home, after having had liturgical services in Alexandria or Shreveport. Has your pastor been so blessed? Few have! When I was home for a few days last summer, Morn called me into her bedroom to tell me what good care she had from my older sister, Mary Agnes, known to many in Arkansas and in our own diocese, especially by those who accompanied us on our won- derful Holy Year (1975) trip, when we established that fun, fun, fun is not in- compatible with holy, holy, holy. I must mention that, along with Bishop McDonald, a number of priests came from Little Rock, some of whom are not in the best of health, some older than I, such as Mon- signor Allen, Monsignor O'Conneil and Monsignor Murphy. How well they have served the Diocese of Little Rock. The night before the funeral service, someone asked me if Bishop Greco would be there. I responded by saying that if he were not at a meeting of the Supreme Board of the Knights of Columbus, he would probably be there. He was, along with so many, including one bus load from Alexandria. With my family, I do thank all of you, my dear people. Be assured of my own prayerful remembrance of all of you and your families, living and deceased. Yours sincerely in the Risen Lord, LawrenceP. Graves Apostolic Administrator Little Rock -- The Friends and Single Club, a group of unmarried Christians 21 years of age or older, will open October activities with a Grab Bag Night at Our Lady of the Holy Souls Church, Tyler and 'T' Streets, starting at7P.M. The group will go to the State Fair Sunday, Oct. 3, after meeting at Forrest Place Apartments, 1400 North University, at 12:30 P.M. Oct. 3 also is the deadline for reser- vations to attend "Marne" at the University of Little Rock on Saturday, Oct. 9, after meeting at 7:30 P.M. at Holy Souls. On Sunday, Oct. 10, planning the November calendar will be the order of business at a 6:30 P.M. meeting at Holy Souls. The group will meet at 10 A.M. Saturday, Oct. 16, at Forrest Place Apartments, to go to Hot Springs for the Oktoberfest. Members will go to Devil's Den State Park Friday through Sunday, Oct. 22-24, after meeting at Forrest Place Apartments at 6:30 P.M. Friday. A miscellaneous party will be held Saturday, Oct. 23, at Mary Elizabeth Drilling's house, 5912 "B" Street, starting at 7: 30 P.M. for those not going to the state park. A meeting is slated Sunday, Oct. 24, at Holy Souls at 6:30 P.M. On Friday, Oct. 29, a costume Halloween Party will start at 7:30 P.M. at Cathy and Richard Drilling's home, 5521 Western Hills. A camping trip to Lake Conway is scheduled Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 30-31. STEVE PINTER CENTURY 21 PRO REALTY N Chicot Road Office 568-3939 Home 888-2913 YORKWOOD. S.W. Little Rock -- Southwest Little Rock's finest area. Sharp 3 BR. 2 baths, den and living room. WBFP. Double garage. On large corner lot. Pool and tennis 3 blocks away. Assume 8 :% non-escalating loan $422.00 a month. Only $59.900 00l'ebs Bros, Suj00I,j Co.. I.e. 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